Bolle goggle's performance has been developed on the ski slopes with comfort, safety and optical clarity in mind. Bolle's design and performance features are superior in the industry and Bolle have become, and continue to be, the preferred brand of many U.S Ski and Snowboard team members. Bolle goggles are engineered using up-to-the-minute, innovative technology designed to achieve optimum performance in a range of attractive styles, colours and lens tints.
Bolle goggles performance has been developed on the ski slopes. The design and performance features of Bolle ski goggles are superior in the industry and are the preferred brand by many of the U.S Ski and Snowboard team members.
- FLOW-TECH VENTING
- P80 (ANTI-FOG COATING)
- P80 PLUS (ANTI-FOG/CARBO GLASS ANTI-SCRATCH)
- DOUBLE LENS WITH EQUALIZER
- QUICK RELEASE STRAP
- OTH (OVER THE HELMET)
Bolle goggles are designed to be compatible with most helmet designs currently on the market.
- Forestay System
- SOS PRESCRIPTION ADAPTERS (RX)
- OTG (OVER THE GLASSES)
- 100% UV PROTECTION
- Triple Layer Face Foam
- Polycarbonate Lenses
- Modulator Lenses
- Double Lens Thermal Barrier
- Bolle Junior Goggles
Bolle designs its ski goggles to control and optimize the flow of air over the inside of the lens to reduce fogging. Venting ports are located to enhance design and control air flow without clogging with snow.
Bolle applies P80 to the inside of our cylindrical double lenses. Combined with thermal insulation of the double lens and Equalizer technology, it provides superior anti-fog capabilities and truer optics.
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Bolle Equalizer technology uses a breathable, gore all-weather vent equalizes air pressure between the lenses without introducing moisture. The result is distortion-free vision at any altitude with no fogging.
Featured in the new Bolle Contour goggle, the spherical lens offers enhanced vision and superior optics over traditional FLA lenses. Unique sculpted look. Reduced fogging with lens further from the face.
A state-of-the-art, high contrast, light reflective lens that changes lens tint density with the changing light conditions. The more UV light exposed to the lens, the darker the lens will become.
Bolle features Brown, Vermillon and Aurora polarized lenses with a polarized film that blocks the horizontal reflected component of light. The result is enhanced contrast so you will see more terrain features and icy patches.
Bolle goggles over glasses
From the Bolle over the glasses (OTG) ski goggle range Bolle offers the larger fit X9 and Quasar ski goggle and the medium fit Y6 ski goggle in adult OTG (Over The Glasses) sizes. They have also designed the Bolle Boost ski goggle for children (age range approximately 6 years and upward). OTG goggles are designed to be slightly deeper than standard ski goggles in order that they can comfortably accommodate prescription glasses. The Bolle OTG ski goggles also feature a slight indent in the face foam, which ensures that no undue pressure is applied to the temple area of the glasses, thus ensuring optimal comfort for all day wear on the slopes. The Bolle OTG ski goggles also feature excellent ventilation, which helps to ensure optimal air flow, and it is this that helps to minimise misting.
It has also been reported that people who wear glasses that have nylon (or other types of plastic) rather than metal frames with polycarbonate lenses as opposed to glass lenses experience better fog resistance on the slopes.
Another tip is to put your goggles on just prior to leaving the lodge, this will keep the lenses from getting cold. Putting cold lenses in a warm goggle can cause fogging. It's best to keep everything at the same temperature.
Ventilation is critical to fog free vision. Make sure to check your goggle vents periodically to make sure snow is not building up and blocking ventilation. Goggles vent by drawing air in the top vent and out the bottom vent. Anything blocking the top or bottom vents can prevent this air flow.
Bolle offers optical inserts in several models in the Goggle Collection. Your prescription can be put into the insert and then it is easily fit in behind the goggle lens. Click to view Bolle Ski Goggles compatible with an Rx adapter.
Bolle goggles over contact lenses
Here are some tips to help contact lens wearers get the most benefit from your goggles when wearing contact lenses.
Wear your goggles as much as possible. The heat and perspiration generated by your body creates a nice humid environment that will keep your lenses moist. Removing your goggles exposes them to cold, dry air.
Eye Drops. If you still have problems with your lenses drying, try putting drops in at the top of the run, this will usually keep enough moisture in your lens to make it to the bottom.
Blink. Sounds simple but most people stare for long periods of time when they ski, their concentration being so intense. If you blink occasionally, you can help your eyes keep your lenses moist.